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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 3 years ago
This is the perfect ending: it all makes sense, and combines these two universes completely. I love the art, I love the characterizations and I'm moving onto TNG: Ghosts, because I have the urge to read more TNG now.
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
Haven't decided if I'm going to wait on the next issue or not, especially after getting to this climatic ending that pits Picard against a fleet of ships. It adds more crew members, tells us more about the ones we know, and adds to the paranoiac sense that living in a society where you murder t...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
He, Inquisitor Troi, Riker, Data, Barclay and La Forge and Brahms all lead the charge on taking control of the Enterprise - and it's beautiful how it all comes together. Creepy, creepy alternate universes of everyone, and that's kinda my jam.
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
As Picard continues to plan his coup, he recruits Riker and La Forge recruits Dr. Leah Brahms because he needs her to get inside the Enterprise. Picard may not agree, but he might: he needs her to get to the Enterprise, too, after all. Data and Barclay try to figure out how to get the loyalists...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
The Empire has been run off back to Earth, and the Cardassion-Klingon alliance is hoping for a full victory: eradication of the Empire. But there are those willing to fight for Earth, and the Empire, and one of those is Captain Jean-Luc Picard, captain of the ISS Stargazer. And yet his crew has...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
Yay, Data! Especially, apparently, Mirror Data. It turns out he's upgrading himself with Borg parts, because that's not both creepy and kinda hot all at the same time. Sometimes I confuse myself so much! This is also a little bit of a slow burn: the backstory about this series being created ...
The Surly Dragon
The Surly Dragon rated it 7 years ago
I was well aware of the differences between what we saw on the Trek episode and the original manuscript- I've read the version that Ellison released. I received a copy of this IDW edition from Netgalley and I am was quite impressed. I will definitely pick up a physical copy for my Trek collection...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 7 years ago
*Book source ~ A review copy was provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Star Trek Enterprise has a crazy man on board. He manages to escape to the planet below, but this isn’t any old planet and Captain James T. Kirk and crew are about to find out how different and mind-boggl...
Yvette - Bookworlder
Yvette - Bookworlder rated it 7 years ago
Though my oldest sister was always the trekkie of the family, I believe I have seen every episode of the original Star Trek series at least once, though some possibly not since the 1970's. There are a few episodes, however, that stick out in my mind (if a child ever starts saying "bang-a-rang" arou...
TheTick
TheTick rated it 7 years ago
The review will be crossposted at my site.The City on the Edge of Forever is often described as the best episode of the original series of Star Trek, and it’s hard to argue against that. The script, written by Sci-Fi legend Harlan Ellison, won the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in 1968, ...
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